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- v. Third person singular present tense of retry.
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- n. Plural form of retry.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of retry.
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The tips include some fairly standard measures such as enforcing use of pass codes and using complex pass codes, locking the device after a maximum number of password retries, enforcing device timeout to prevent theft of data when a device is unused, select disabling of YouTube, App Store and iTunes, preventing capture of screenshots, and installing certificates for VPN use.
Girard has also had clients who allow more than 10 password retries before deactivating a device.
For example, if someone gets locked out of a server because of too many password retries, maybe they just fat fingered it.
And will the government be spending wisely if it retries Roger Clemens this spring for lying to Congress about steroids?
NASCAR wants to see races end under green… but I think they need to possibly add cap to the number of retries… otherwise some races might become fuel mileage races if we had too many retries!
A scientist might wonder whether there was a mistake if a result seems to be the opposite of what he predicted, but he doesn't simply throw out the results; he checks his own assumptions, perhaps he retries the experiment, he studies the inputs and outputs, and then perhaps tries an additional measure.
As more of the baby boomer/hippie generation retries and dies off, there will be change as well.
It took me three years and four retries to get through EOTW.
The new result was a popup error box saying that a particular URL was not available; multiple retries led instantly back to the same error.
Synchronization retries and retry intervals appeared to increase during the course of the voyage.
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